This course reflects the principals and practices used by corporate finance and treasury professionals to optimize cash resources, maintain liquidity, ensure access to short-term and long term financing, judge capital investment decisions and control exposure to financial risk. Mastery of the functions, process and best practices defined in this course ensures that professionals are prepared to meet the demands of corporate treasury positions and responsibilities.
Treasury Management utilize a combination of lecture, class discussion, and in-class individual and group exercises to illustrate theory and practice relevant to Treasury Operations and Management.
- Maintain corporate liquidity required to meet current and future obligations in a timely and cost effective manner.
- Manage Optimal cash positioning through forecasting and short-term investing and borrowing activities.
- Employ working capital strategies and tools to efficiently manage current assets and liabilities.
- Utilize various types of payment systems and Internet Technologies to transfer monetary value and business documents between parties.
- Monitor and control corporate exposure to financial and operational risk.
- Optimize capital structure, manage costs of long-term capital and quantitatively evaluate capital resource investments.
- Manage cross-border funds movement and utilize international trade financing methods.
- Coordinate financial functions and sharing of financial information with other internal departments.
- Delineate apporiate ethical behaviors expected in business activities.
- Recognize corporate governance issues that arise from the separation of corporate ownership and control.
- Build cost effective relationships with financial services providers.
- Treasury Analyst
- Cash Manager
- Treasury Manager
- Financial Analyst
- Cash Forecasting Analyst
- Accounting Manager
- Board Members
- Bank Relationship Manager
- Investment Manager
- Corporate Treasury Functions
- Corporate Cash Liquidity and Management
- Working Capital Strategies
- Capital Markets and Funding
- Treasury Operations and Control
Introduction to Treasury Management
- Role of Treasury Management
The Treasury Management Environmnet
- Legal and Regulatory Environment
- Banks and Financial Institutions
- Payment Systems
- Money Market
- Capital Market
- Relationship Management and Financial Service
- Provider Section
Financial Reporting and Analysis
- Financial Accounting and Reporting
- Financial Planning Analysis
Working Capital Management
- Introduction to Working Capital
- Working Capital Metrics
- Collectors, Contributions, and Distributions
- Short-Term investing and Borrowing
- Cash Flow Forecasting
- Technology in Treasury
- Enterprise Risk Management
- Financial Risk Management
- Treasury Policies and Procedures
- Long-Term Investments
- The Capital Structure Decision and Management